The rose petals are added to impart a subtle flavour with an exquisite aroma. The end result is a clear London Dry style gin with no artificial colourings added. The perfume of roses is subtle but evident, with a slight sweet flavour.
The link between roses and Chatsworth dates back to 1939 when the wife of the 10th Duke, Duchess Mary remodelled the original French Garden into a Rose Garden. The Chatsworth Rose Garden’s roses include; the Duchess of Devonshire rose, Chatsworth rose and a Joseph Paxton rose, whose petals incorporated into the Chatsworth Small Batch Release Rose Pink Gin.
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